THIS MYNA BIRD WAS EASY TO CAPTURE WITH MY CANON 70-300 LENS.
THIS TEA ESTATE IS ACROSS THE ROAD FROM THE BANGLADESH TEA BOARD TEA RESORT near Sri Mongol.
WE SAW THIS SCENE AS WE WALKED BACK FROM DRINKING 7-LAYER TEA to the Tea Resort.
WHEN VISITING SRI MONGOL WITH FRIENDS WE ALWAYS ENJOY TAKING THEM TO THE PLACE THAT SERVES 7-LAYER TEA.
THIS PHOTO WAS TAKEN AT THE TEA RESORT NEAR SRI MONGOL, BANGLADESH.
ALICE AND ME IN OUR LIVING ROOM. With matching clothes we took the opportunity for a photoshoot.
THIS COW IS NONCHALANTLY ENJOYING ONE OF HER LAST MEALS, standing on the sidewalk next to the butcher’s meat stand.
DIPTI AND JAMES, WITH THEIR 8-MONTH OLD DAUGHTER SOPHIA VISITED IN OUR HOME LAST EVENING. James gave me a copy of “Bangladesh NATURE QUEST,” WHICH IN THIS March-May 2012 issue feature an article of his entitled, “The Padma, A place for all seasons! Good work, James! For the evening meal, my dear wife Alice treated us with french fries, french pizza, salad, hot veggies, a fresh veggie plate, and a delicious trifle dessert.
I would love to get feedback on how you like the new theme I am using with header: Twenty-Ten.
TTL PHOTOGRAPHERS AT TT’L’S BIF 4 AT DRIK GALLERY! Sometimes a photo of someone being photographed is a nice variety from the posed photos. If a fellow TTLer could comment with their names, I would gladly edit the post to include their names.
PRETTY AND KAMAL, SOMEWHAT NEWLYWEDS pose for this shot, though Kamal looks distracted!